Inspired by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's vision for "smart power diplomacy," the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and USC's School of Cinematic…
The NBA announced today it had canceled the first two weeks of its 2011-12 regular season, with little sign that there would be a resolution to its labor troubles anytime soon.
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One of China's most inventive rising filmmakers, Li Hongqi ("Winter Vacation"), flexes his filmmaking muscles by rethinking the music doc from the ground up.
Fox 2000 is stepping up development of "The Secret Journeys of Jack London," tapping John Collee ("Master and Commander") to adapt the supernatural thriller.
A terrifyingly overgrown flea turns out to be harmless and likable in "A Monster in Paris," and so does French animator Bibo Bergeron's funny valentine to retro horror and musical conventions.
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Fox is expanding "The X Factor" to two hours on three different nights in October, putting "New Girl" on the bench until November.
Unlike most frontloaded premieres, "The Rosie Show's" bow proved curiously flat and understated.
Benderspink has decided to get "Broken," picking up the film rights to the futuristic novel by Susan Jane Bigelow.
Summit Entertainment has acquired feature rights to produce the English language adaptation of crime novel "Headhunters" by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo.
After Universal Pictures locked the writer and director of "Fast Five" into first-look deals, it only made sense that one of its stars was next.